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Enrique Borja
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Soccer Player
    (December 30, 1945- )
    Born in Mexico City, Mexico
    Birth name is Enrique David Borja García
    Played for Pumas (1964-69) and Everton (1969-77)
    Played for the Mexico national team (1966-75)
    Participant in two World Cups (1966, 1970)
    Commentator for Univision Sports
    His surname kinda sounds like that of a Mafia-style Renaissance family (the Borgias).
    Unable to build on the momentum of his performances in the late sixties, his career dried up by 1980.
    He was ousted from the club presidency of the Tigres university football league after less than two years.
    He has aged gracefully.
    He is the sixth all-time leading scorer of the Mexico national team.
    He was the top scorer of Mexican league in the season between the 1970 and 1976 seasons (attaining 31 goals in total).
    He scored Mexico's lone '66 World Cup goal in the group-stage match against France, which ended in a 1–1 draw.
    Chespirito's titular character on El Chavo del Ocho idolized him, often invoking his name in episodes.

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